Looks like "advancements" in corporate Spyware, from your friends at Raytheon.
Good news? It's pricy and, of course, doesn't replace or really augment firewall systems (and large customers may require multiple licenses at $65k a pop plus $13k/yr maintenance).For workers goofing off on the job - or worse - the software is downright scary. Loaded onto a laptop, it runs undetected. Twenty five algorithms map out how a network is being used - from keeping tabs on intellectual property down to every e-mail, every Web site visited and the location and make of computers logged on remotely. The software translates huge amounts of data into simple illustrations to help network administrators spot trouble.